BRADLEY 32" BELT DRIVE E-CLUTCH WALK-BEHIND MOWER BRIGGS$2,900.00
Whether you operate a landscaping business or you have a large property that needs to be mowed, commercial lawn mowers and other power equipment make the job go much easier. This heavy-duty equipment delivers a professional result. The mowing gets done in less time, and you never have to sacrifice the quality of your results.
When it comes to mowing a large property, a big walk-behind lawn mower is better. A bigger deck means more efficiency and a shorter time to job completion. While a standard residential lawn mower offers an 18- to 24-inch deck size, commercial walk-behind lawnmowers offer deck sizes ranging from 32 to 54 inches. This means fewer passes with the mower and a job that requires less time to complete. Even though they have a wider deck, these are zero-radius turn mowers.
Commercial walk-behind mowers are easy to handle. They feature steering that allows you to navigate around a variety of obstacles, including water features, pathways, trees and curved flower bed edges. If you need to mow hilly terrain or a steep slope, these mowers offer stability and consistent cutting on the uneven surface. Narrow footprints mean these mowers are easy to transport and store.
A commercial walk-behind mower operates at a speed of up to six miles per hour. If you have a wide, open space to mow, this speed makes the process of mowing a large lawn a breeze. If you have a lot of lawns to mow, you will finish each job quickly without sacrificing the quality of your results. Their electric-start engines and easy maintenance requirements mean less downtime and more time getting your work done.
Durability is the main difference when comparing residential and commercial lawn mowers. Commercial lawn mowers are ideal for large lawns ranging from two to five acres. On the other hand, residential lawn mowers are more useful for small yards.
The quality and type of a lawn mower also differ between the two categories. Commercial lawn mowers are made with more expensive, high-quality materials, making them last longer than residential mowers. Residential mowers can also last a while but they just might need more frequent maintenance.
Another key difference is the operation speed. The blade speed in commercial walk-behind mowers is higher than at-home lawn mowers. Commercial mowers cut grass at a peak speed, which reduces clumping and increases productivity. Also, these commercial units save time and can complete a bigger lawn more quickly.
Engine types are another key difference between the two types of mowers. Commercial mowers have a bigger engine than residential mowers. This makes commercial models more reliable for use without you worrying about needing to fix anything.
The price difference is a larger margin separating the two. Commercial mowers run in the thousands whereas residential mowers cost hundreds of dollars. This is because of several factors like the size of the decks, durability, engine type, and other features.
Commercial machines are investments in keeping lawns tidy. They are ideal for maintaining bigger properties. But commercial walk-behind mowers can also come in handy for homeowners with many residential properties.